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Ik .31 I!1;. f:. 1 i '. MEW AKD CnEAP FASHIONABLE DBF GOODS- I ike an For Cbc Fall uud Winter Trade, l50 rmHR Subscriber having iust received from New JL York mid Philadelphia, an elegant and extensive apply of STAPLE A.D FjUVCY DXV GOODSl embracing every variety of Style and Fashion foMhe Season, would respeetftilly invite his friend and cus tomers, and the public at Urge, to an early examination of the name, being fully persuaded they cannot tail fo admire and be won by their superior Richness and Beauty, amd still awe delighted toilk the good bargain he intends to eriwe them- - - ' '' . - ' .. " . m- i ii i The assortment comprises, in pan, me lotwwing viz :. Super Black Gros-de Rhine Silks. j". ' '. Chameleon Satin D'chine, do.,. v ;-; j s Plaid and Figured Changeable do. . Lupins nest French Merinos, . . Plain and Kinbroidered Cashmeres and Delaine. Silk Poplins, ami Mohair Lustres, . ,; ;": ? Chameleon Lyooese Cloth. ',---v.-'-, ' - .. .: ' ' -Super Black Merino Cihinere and Alpacca. : . ' Plain, Paika. and Chine Delaines, . ..-'" Hungarian and Jenny Ltnd Cloths, (for Dresses.) Blue, Brown, Green and Mode coloied Satin Mriped Delaines. '': " " ' ': ' ' Changeable Thibet, nod" Cherry eolor'd Paramatta Cloths, - -' . New Style Calicoes and Ginghams; - Irish Linen, and Cotton Shirting, - ' J ' '""'"' Rich Vere Trlmtning, and Silk Braids and Laces, Insettings and Edgings, ' . . Beautiful Sonnet, Belt, and Neck Ribands, r '.. Fine Kid end Silk Gloves, and Mits. ,-. . . . . Together with many other desirable.' atticles. among which are , . ... . Cloths. Cassimeres. and Vestings,, , . . 4 Stints,TwreeU Ctolh and Kentucky Jeans. , .' Fihe Moleskin aiul For Hats, r t . -' Far and Cloth Caps, ' . ,. Gentlemen's Boots and Shoes," v - " r, , " Ladies Walking Shoes, Slippers and Gaiters, ' Jenny Lind and Leghorn Bonnets, Kersey's, Linsey, and Blankets. ' Silk and Cotton Umbrellas. . . . , . T. A. MITCHELL. Raleigh. Nov. 6, J850.' , .. . . 84tf. . NOTICE. . -Sale in Jolinnton County. Imjportaat THE Snbscriber having-, at November Sessions,' A. D. 1850, of Johnston Court, qualified as Adminirtrstor of James Tomlinson. deceased ; hereliy give notice to alt fiereons having dclitf, claims or demands, against the said James Tomlinson, dec'd., to present them to hint for payment, properly proven within the time prescribed by law; etkerwi.-e this - notice will be plead in liar of their recovery ; and all thoxe indebted to atd Intestate are hereby requested to make immediate payment. ' Notice is also hereby given, Uiat the Subscriber will,' on Thursday the I9th of .December nest, and from dy to day, until the sale is closed, offer for sale at the late residence of his Intestate, under an order of said Court, the following Negro Slaves : Anderson, aged fiftv odd years; Nancy, kis wife, still older; Jincy, still older ; Da vid, some 25 or 30 years old, (these Negroes have been recently purchased by my IntsUfe for the purpose ol selling' again,; end also the following personal and perish-' nble property, to witi , . Some 30 Bates of Cntton, if it can be ginned in time ; 200 Barrels of Corn and n large lot of Fodder, a new road Wvegon, some 10 or 12 Horses and Males, one first rot Saddle Horse, some fifty Head of Fat Hogs, and a number of Oat Hogs, all Stock f Cattle, one' geed yoke of Oxen, one Ciifiage, all the Household, furniture and farming utensils, and many oth er things unnecessary to mention. . . k ' Said sale on .nine months credit, and Bond - with ap proved aeenrity will be required from the purchasers. . ... B. H. TOMLINSON, AdminV. Jfovembcr 29tt 150." " ' ' " 845 w2wl State of Xortli Carolina, Margin County. Conrt of Pleas and Quarter Sessions Oct. Term, 1850, Elizabeth-- Hyman and others,-. vs. Simmons Burnett Ailiu'r. and others Petition torSetttement. IT appearing; to the satisfaction of the Court that James Burnett, Thomas Burnett, Keddirk Hyman. Archi bald Hyman, Cullen Moure and wite Abigail, John, William, Jane, and Lova Louisa MiMire, Children ol Asa MotM-e. and iVIiiieiva.'Marion, William W., George Wand HaKh Hyman, Children if Wil.-y Hyman. ate mtw-rerdrmtit il I his State : It is ordered by the Court, that poohcirtmn be made tor six weeks in lie North Carolioa StmJar,, for -said James Burnett. Thomas Burnett, Kxdick iJyniao, Archibald Hyman, Cullen : Moore and wile AHinaiJtthu, William, Jane, and Lnvt Loaisa Mxire, Minerva, Marion, William W., Georgt W-.and Hugh Hymatt. to appear at the next term o this Court, to he held for 'the County of Mai tin at th Conrt House in the Town rt WilHamston, on the second Monday ol January npxt, and plead answer or demui ' or the Petition will be Ukeu jvo confessu as to them and heard accordingly. : 1 Witness, Lawrence Jhnsn, Clerk of our' said Court, at office the second Mon-tay in October, A. D. ,1850. " L JOHNSON, Clerk. Nov. 16, 1S59.- (Pr adv $Z 2i-) . . 5 6t. : State of North. Carolina. Martin Countj-i Court of Pleas and Quarter Session, Oct. Trrm 185'. , Patsey Harrell and others . George W." Hyman, Ex. . . .'.r and others Petition for settlement.: ' IT appearing to (he satisfaction of the Court that Rer. dick Hyin.ni, Atehibald Hyman. CnUen Mnore an. .Wile AIigaiL, John," William, Jaue, and Lov Loui Moore. Children mf Asa MHtre and Minerva. MarHi . William W Gewge V. ami Hojch Hyman. Chil.fien . Wile Hyman are noa residents of this. Slate : It it dered by the Conrt that imblicalion be made for si weeks in the North Carolina Standard tor (he said K,..' dick Hyman,.ArehibaMHyveau, Cullen Moore and w ii 1 -Abigail. John, William, JaM. and Lova Louisa Moon . Minerva, Marion, William W. George W. and Hnfl Hyman to appear at the! next term ol this Couit to b held for the County ut Martin al the Court House i the Town ol" Williamson on the second Monday t ' Janaary next and plead answer or demur, or the lVtitio ; will be taken pro eottfetut as to them and heard accoco ' inglv. . Witness, Lawrence Johnson Clerk of our said Coui at office the second Monday in October, A. D. 1850. ' ' L. JOHNSONj CYerA ' Noe. It. ISM., . Pr. Adv. $3,62J.) 5 6t. ' State of Aorlii Carolina, Martin County. ' Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Oct. Term. 1850. Nancy Ward against W. W. Ward and others Petitioi .. , , Jor Di vision of Land.. ' . ,.. IT appearing to Ihevafcfrclioo of the Court that Thos J. W ard is not an inhabitant ol this State : It is there fore ordered by the Conrt, that publication be made for ix weeks in the North Carolina Standard, for the sair Thomas J. Ward topiea4- at the next Term ot this Couri to b held for the County f . .Martin, at the Court Housi in the town of Willumoton.ou the second Mondav o. January next; and plead awavec or demur, or the Peti tion will be taken pro etuifet pro ennefs as to him, and heart! accordingly. ; ' Witness, Lawrence Johnsaa, Clerk -of our said Court t ocs the second Monday in October. A. D. 1850. - L. JOHNSON, Clerk. October U, I83. (Pr. adv. 1gZ 2.) 5--6t -State of Sortii Caj-olbta, Ashe County. ' ' v . - gperior Cut ot Xaw, fall term, 1850. , ; Adaliiones,o Daniel Jo Petition for Divorced IT appearing to the satisfaetMs of the Court that the Defendant, Daniel Jonest ot an inhabitant . of; 'the State of North Carolina : It is therefore ordered that publication be made in . the Haleigh Register ami North Carolina Standard for lure months that the said Daaiel Jones be and appear at the next Term of Inn Honorable Superior Court lobe held tor. the said County of Ashe, at the Court House in Jefferson, on the second Monday in March next, to plead answer or demur to the aid Petition, or the same wilt he taken pro eunftasd and heard ex parte. Witness, A. B. Cos. Clerk of said Court at office, the ' second Monday in September A. D. 1850. - a: b. cox, a s. c. Nouamber 80, 185a. : ' ' - ' 11 Sni. I. , Lampt Lampi. HAVE just received a large Stock of Lamps, for MB.anun Fl4 and Phosgene Gas. Some of which ' aooa -rfr nUoa ,nd wiH b Id very low. , Call aoon if yon want bargain. t Novwnbar 27. PESCUD'S Drug Store. ,9- inUTUAL IlfSURAWCJfi COJUPAHY,, : , ; M BAtElGH, K, C C.V.1 THE following persons, have been elected Directors ... and Officers of this Company for the grcserit ycai - - '. DIKECTORS'. ' -: r: U Dr."Josiah O. Watson, Jos. G. B. Rouihac, Richard ' Smith, John Primrose, Hcnry'.D.. Turneri S. AV. Wbitr ing, T.H.Selby, of .Raleigh; Geo. McNeill, .Fayette, fc ville,' Joshua G. Vnghtv WamirtgtonJas: E; Hoyf, Washington JameB Sloan, Greensborough. Wb. Bad ham, Edeaton, Joshua Boner, Salem,1- Joseph. Pool, -Elizabeth , City, Michaer Brown, .Salisburjv Alexander Mitchell. Newhrn..W. H. Smith., MurlVeeaborough, H. B. Williams, Charlotte, John B. Barreir, MUtoOtgn A. T." Summy, Asuevflle. i . -r V" All Directors are authorized to receive applications. -r PFFICEBS r - -! r I ' 'Josiah O. Watson, President, r !. y J. G. B. Rouihac, Vice President, ' ,t. .4 ' J .'-Richard Smith," Treasurer," v " " . . , f ' j J.)C,i Partridge, Secretary,; ; 1 ; ".'1V W'C ' ... John II. Jiryaii, Attorney, : - . i ' ' J. Hersman, General Agent. , . -v.. - - ' r' S. W. Whiting, i , . f .. s....rs - i ? Richard Smith, ' Executive Comuitttee. . . ' John Primroae, ) -. This Company is now in successful Operation, and prepared to ctlect insurance against fire on all kinds of- . property,; (Steam Mills' and Turpentine distilleries ex cepted.) '" . ." v "" All communications in reference, to insurance sttouiu le addressed to the Secretary, post paid. : , ' , . :j. C. PAfiTXIDGE. Sec'y-,, Raleigh, January 2, 1850. 79,3 Copper, work. , .Turpenline SliIlsi,V3., TTAHE Subscriber informs the public that heia still car I rying on his business in all its branches, at his Shop near the Raleigh Depot. Turpentine Stills made to or der, in the best manner, and warranted to work well f and all kinds of work promptly done in copper, brass steel, iron, &c. ' Constantly on hand and for sale loci of ali'sorts and sizes, guns, pistols, &c. . The Subscriticr only asks of the public to give him n fall and fair trial, as ho is deter- mined not to be surpassed in his line The Subscriber's establishment being the only one of too sort in all that region of country, he confidently appeals to North Caro linians and" to the friends of home industry, to sustain him. : - ... .' ' : ' -v -' ;- ' ,. ; J Now Is the time to ave l'"uel. ' BUCK'S Patent Improved Cooking Stoves, also, Stan ly's Air-tight, suitable for Parlors or private rooms. I am tlie only Agent in North Carolina for BnckV Pa tent Improved Cooking Stoves. Any person wishing to purchase I would respectfully refer them to the follow ing gentlemen, who have them in use : Messrs. Charles Dewey, Dupree.' D. Cameron. W.- H.: Haywood, Col. Yarbrough, E. P. Guion, and Geo. W. Mordecai. " JOSEPH WOLTERING. k '. P. S. H! Establishment has been removed to Fay- . tflcmlle Sreel. Raleisb, N. C. Raleigh, Sept. 1st, 1830. 797 tf.', A. B. STITH, Agent, Commission Merchant and Dry Goods . . .-. Broker, New York. -;, . TENDERS his services to the Mercliants, Planters, and citizens of the Southern States, and will attend to any business in his linc either in the sale of Produce or Merchandize, or the purchase of Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware. Crockery, Shoes, Hats, Furniture, Carriages, Musical 'and Agricultural instruments, Bagging Rope, Drngs. Medicines, &c He flatters hiniselt as a purchaser of goods far Southern Merchants, his experience will en able him to give entire satisfaction to the Merchants who may entrust to him their orders. . . . .' ' " Rkfekkxcks: ' His Excellency Charles Manly, Raleigh. William Hill, Secretary of State, do . G. W. Mordecai, Prea't B'fc of State, do Dr. J. O. Watson, Prea't Mu. In. Co., do ... B. F. Moore, Esq., Attorney Gen., do Matthew 8haw, Kq., Washington. - " " Hon. J. R. J. Daniel, Weidotu . v t Andrew Joy nor, Ei., do ; , R..H. Lewis, Esq., Greetusborough, Ala. . . Raleigh, February 6, 1850. 796 BUFFALOE & COOK h', ' WIiwlcalc unci Kcfitil Cnicew, Ac. ' Oid Market St. Kalsich N. C. ' THE Subscribers having connected thetnselve in bu siness, under the Firm of BUFFALOE & COOKE, take this occasion to inforai the public that the v will keep constantly on hand all articles necessary for the uses of the Family or Farm. Their stock consists in' part of the fotowlirrg articles: ' Bacon and Lard, r - Iron and Nails, Flour, Meal and Corn, Cast and German Blis. Steel Loaf, crushed, clarified, and . Castings, Trace Chains,aud Brown Sugars,, " ' AV ceding Hoes, l. Coffee, Molasses, and Salt. 'Sole and Upper Leather, Sperm. Adamantine, aodi Powder and Shot,and Lead Tallow Candles," Soape, Tolaccof t$autts, &e Country produce particularly corn, fodder, and dry becf-hides will lie taken at lair exchange . The aIove articles have been carefully selected and bought with cash, and the subscriliers ane determined not to be undersold by any dealers in the City. . . J. fi. M. BUFFALOE, I . - GEORGE T. CKE. April 9, l5t). 807 ' N. .B. South side Old Market Street, fourth and fifth doors East of Williams, Haywood, & Co'e Drug Store LIVEKY STABLES THE Subscriler take occasion to inform the public generally that 'they will carry on the business in nil its branches, at the old stand, and that no efforts nor exenae will be spared on their part to accommodate the travelling community. Conveyances, with good horse and careful drivers, will be furnished at all times and at short notice.; and in fact every convenience for. travelling, in the woy of . Horses. Carriages. Huijf&ies, Ac. '' . Will be supplied on the most favorable and accommo -dating terms. .. - '. , . , .' " - - ; The ' Subscribers also expect to keep constantly on hand. Horses, Buggies,' Carriages, &c for sale. - A ny persona wishing to put out their Horses by the' week, or mo.ith,or year, will have them well attended to.at moderate pricca..Their Stables are on. Wilming ton Street, just to the cast of Market Square. Hoping to receive liberal encouragement, the under-.' signed pledge themselves to. do all in their power to mer it public patronage. BUFFALOE &, COOKE. Raleigh, April 5, 1850. "( 60S ', . ' - " . " - notice. ' .! . . :.. rtriAiCEN up and committed lo the Jail of. Rowan on the lt of October; 1830, a Ne- JL County, N. C. ero man. who aavs his name is BOB, and that he belong lo Win. Croasfie of Kentucky, and that he was purchased " by naid Crosstic Irom John C. Moore of Raleigh. . Said negro is of a light complexion ..about 33 years of axe, 5' leef 8 or 10 inches hiifh. and has two of his upper teeth out in front. The owner of said slave is requested Ut. come forward, prove property, pay. charges, and. take-, him away, or ho will be deltwitb as the law direct - C: KLUTTS, Sheriff; ' Salisbnry, N. C. October 15, 1850.. ; : : . . 3 11. Boy's Clothing; A' IX" ssr.es Cloth and Tweed Sacks anrLFrocks for Sunday and every day wear, at from $2 50 to 94 sr fawts beautitul at jz ow,- v esis jfa w oaiin aim an.. o ts, and - all colors. Persons at a distance can; ha supplied by forwarding their, ineaxures and dialing the .e of the boy OLIVER & PROCTER. ::s " "' ' Merchant Tailors, t; November 9. C ' ; ':- ' ' '".'.- ; 842 ' . -,. v..,-- Wegro Clothiu ,. . mXJE have a large assortment of Negro Cl thing, all Tfkinds of Jackets. Over Coats. Pants and Vesfs, that, we will sell- cheaper than the goods can be purchased, much leas to have them made. To which we invite the heads of families who have their servants 10 supply. -.Tf i ' ' . v OLIVER it PROC ER. t Oct. 7, 1850. 4 - "r?" ' - ' 83ff tf.1' ' WOTICI5... ;-: .,.v 1f APPLICATION will be made' to tho Legislature ; o . North Carolina,' now 1 in 'session, to incorporate Crane's Creek Burial. Ground, in "the County of Moore ' December 7, 1850. ; - " 4i 13-1 f. By Adam1! lxpres.' ''';' '' '' ' V NOTHER -supply of articles for the Ladies' or X. Gentlemen's Toilet, consisting of Foreign and; Do-,, mestic Perfuroary, Soaps, Brushes and Cosmetics, just' On hand and ibr sale by . P. F- PESCUD.-,, November 21. -; " .,. . ' ;' " ' v - .9 . Jmst. fleceived : . . T ADIES BlacW Winter Gaiters, a superior article. J. BROWN. No. , Fayetteyille St. Raleigh, Oct. 9. 4 " t 125 IUE WARP RUNAWlYrom jtnejsubscriber, residing. iti Euger; combe coaaiyi four -tnilcs north; of iTosnot, Depot,' and about a quarter of Jilo frocn the Railroad, on or 3 bout the' second of Septembftt last ,hi negrojinan named HARRY.' . Said Harry,i about 40lyesrs of, age ; jpcet 5 inches high, or thereabouts ; yellow complexion ; .stout built; has a scar on his left leg, from the tut g.f -.aSfaxe; has very .thick, lipsj. eyea deep sunk, n. is head'forehcad i.,arn'i talerablv loud voice ; has"lo8t.one or twttol his tipper front teeth , and .has a very .darkpo oftyhhi I jaw, supposed to oe a ni j ! , j. ' Harry js Carpenter by trade, and naa been,, loa the employrnent of "a Railroad Company, in whose service he vas when he runaway. He is well known oldng the line of the Road. ; It is supposed Uiat he has obtained,.or will endeavor to obtaiji, free papers from a free colored man living in Nash county, sby. the name oftMoses .Hagens, and assume his name, in order to make Uiswayo a free orate. , ,. ... .. t ...... j -1- -: ' The above negro was once, ttw property ot Mrs.., v. o page, of. Edgecornb county ;' "afterwards he fell intp ihe bands of Asiel Farmer, from whom he was purchased ly Mr. Barnes, Of'said county ,"'from"whoni I purchased him about six years ago. . He will he certain fo alter his name ; probablyto call himself Hany Copajge, Farme pr Barnrs: He was last heard from "on the" 1 1th September, on" the Newbern Road, about a mile and a half from Wiliningtoiij enquiring the way to the Sound. - " r' '", V ' 1 I will give the above reward to any person who 'win deliver him to tne, or lodge him in. any jail in -the' State J or One Hundred Dollars if lodged in any jail out of thd State, so that I can get him againf ' ' " M '" Captains of vessels are eautionfd against taking" the above negro away, under the severest penalty of the law? , - - : GUILFORD HORN. Edgecomlc county, N. C, Oct. 5, 1849. 814 -tf f; Valuable Keal Estate for Sale . I offer for sale my entire Real Estate,, upon which ore thirty-five sets of Boxes; the most of which have onlv been in use from one to two years; with a. suf ficient quantity of round trees to cut at least wenty seta more. The lands upon which these arc situated is not easily surpassed by any piney lands in Eastern Carolina. There is upon' the premise's two Distilleries. neatly and conveniently fitted up, with all necessary out-houses. Upon the farm, I think the buildings altogether are sel dom excelled. Those wishing to purchase are invited to examine for themselves. Terms 'shall be low, and, payments accomoilBting. Come and see.- Any person wishing to purchase, can be furnished with a sufficient number of teams and wagon to carry on both the operations of Farm und Turpentine, and with a year's supply of piovisions. - JOHN A. AVIRETT. - Catharine Lake, Onslow Co. N. C July 22, 1850. 83G ,-. 'CITY OF RALEIGH. A Desirable Itcsidencc for Sale. THE Executrix of the late Louis D. Henry, offers for sale his late Hesiilence, near the City of lialcigh. The Dwelling-House is a large and commodious one, and remarkably well built, with all out houses complete. U has about 15 or 17 acres of land attached, under the highest cultivation. The premises being out of the limits of the Corporation is not subject to the City Tax, and still the situation is convenient, ' and witluu fifty yards of the Governors Mansion, in an execlletit neigh borhood. - The terms of sale would be liberal. ' D. K. McRAE. Raleigh, July 15, 1S50. 822 tf. KliKP TI1R n.I,llN MOTION I BASS & BROWER, ' WitMiJrcTo?! Sthekt, i.v fitin of the Citt Hail, , Ji A LEIGH, X. C. ,'. .... . E most respetfully inform our fiiends and the Citizens of Raleigh, and the County of Wake, that we have fitted up a splendid Ten Pin Alley; whpre young and old can enjoy the healthful exercise of taking a hand at the game of Ten Pins, or when; they can cnjnv the Smack of Satisfaction over a fine plate of OYSTERS, or a plate of Beef Steak, ot a Bottle, of Burgundy, or any of the choice Wines or Liquor they keep on hand ibr the special accommodation of tficir Patrons. '"'"'. " They will endeavor to render those comfortable that will favor thpni with their patronage. " Raleigh; December, 4 th, 1850. 10 BIBLICAL RECORDER OFFICE rR SAL I?. ON the 30th instnnt, I will sell at the late Residenre of the Rev. Thomas Meredith, the - Press and good will of the Biblical Recorder, including '.lie type, fix tures, Printing apparatus, dec. The Recorder, as the organ of the Baptist Denomina tion of this Slate, has been long known as a" religious paper of high character and extended patronace. . W W- VASS, jMm'r. ' December 5, 1 80. - 11 ta. - ALEXANDER MACRAE, JR., IMPORTER OF , CHI KA, GLASS, JlND EARTHERN . WAKE, And Wholesale fc Retail Dealer In all Ui:tis cf , FARMING IMPLEMENTS, Houth Side of Market St. , Wilniiiigton, X. "V Wilmington, Nov. 27, 1850. 8 ly. UROPEAN Life and Manners, in Familiar Letters to Princes, by Henry Column, Author of Euro pean' Agriculture, and the Agriculture ot f rancc, Bel gium, Holland, and Switzerland, 2 vols. 12 rno. For sale by ; , . , HEN RY, D. TURNER. Raleigh, Oct. 24, 1850. . . . 839 ', : ' , ieAV, Music Book.. ; CANTICA LAUDIS, or- the American Book of Church Music, by Lowell Mason and Co. ebb. : . Also, The Home Altar an appeal in bchalf tjf Fami ly Worship, with Pravers and Hymns, for family use, by the Rev. Charles F. Deems. H. D. TURNER Raleigh, Nov. 8, 1850. . . , . ' .-.,4- . - : : -t- a.iuieed Oil Q Bbs. Mountain Linseed Oil just to hand. S bhls, ex- C7pec!ed next week. All warranted pure and lor sale a", a sttiall advance by P.F, PESCUD. ; ". Raleiiih, Sepfemher 30, 1850. ; 835 xV' of superior tone and finish, selected expressly froth1 a large lot .by a coinpete.nl judge," for sale low SAM'L. Hi MARKS. Petersburg, Sept. 19. , - v A Supply of Fresli Phosgene Gas XUSTtohand and for sale at "' " ' l) ' : P. E. PESCUD'S Drug Store. Raleigh". ; August 7th. 1850. " " ' :-' 827 I Medici tie .:-i':,-i.V'..- WITH the Tea and Tablespoon full graduated, which every family should have." for sate at the Drug Store of ; ,ri ;. VVILLIAMS. HAYWOOD & CO.ni Raleigh, Apnl,' 1850. ; . - - - 807 '.Medicine " h'.ts.-V , -4 FURTHER supply' of those 'beautiful Medicine XVr Chests just received. at . : ---' 5 PESCUD'S Drug Stored vrRaleigh,-August '7. 1850V , , v."r 827 : Rank of the State of North Carolina. TT1HE Annual Meeting of the Stockholders of this ' - Bank, will be held kii tlieirst Monday in" Jariuarf next,, at their Banking House' in this City. . ''r ' ' ' Raleigh, Nov. 30, 1850. K V -. , - . 4l0 Id."- 4. -.. - . i :'""''' '" -r ... : y td Liver Oil,. -..vvA-'p-i A .FRESHupplyf Rushton, Clark & Go's.-which Xwe believe to be. superior to.aAv we have seen." Jut received and tor sale at the Drug Store, of ? ' WILLIAMS, HAYWOOD ;. Raleigh, April, 1850, - ; . & CO. 807 . ;!S" ,"Mniii $nnff :i 'irtx.kJJ' J r muoLwfoarDionuota niccntm jor good xhew m I the weed, will find a. superb article of Snuff and To bacco, at Pescud's "Drug Store." ; " '"'" . - yRaleigh, August? th, 1850. ' j. '". .''vi Iortcr ' A ' FURTHER supply vf London' BrownStout in itJ Pints.' : JuS tecieved at the rni nP '' fWIILIAMS, HAYWOOD & Co. ' Raleiglt, Anjg 21st, IS50 . 23-t ( ...... ' V' -v" -..Mrtv-v- -. f" T"1 Uirie DorVAboVe I Richard JSmIths OlCoriieij YjlVASrSi k'WILX.IAMS would respectfully in- . JjJ forn their friepda and the public generally that they r have 'bpciieti a Store on-fayptteville. Street one;don- i above Richard SmilhpH, where" ..i will keep.co.iir stantly ,ori hand's full supply of IV 'r-vv2 rft-&i.':''' MAry. Goods Uarthteard Cylleij j.rrJ f- r- GROCER J rJS, , , . .,: ;'..' ? "; and indceS bvery tiling usuaHyiound in' similar esbiishj; ihentk , They present the foUowing a spcciiueiia of thfcir Slock T " ,:. -."..." ; V"t- 4f''-.s'-i" Brocade French Cashmere , ;., .. . . .-. i j Embroidered Silk" and ITraj; and Norwich Lustres, , ; ChannIeon Turk's Silks andTpJiMaV:'','"..,,. ff French Cashmere and Delaines,. ,- .. . ' i Chameleon", figured and black A riuMs,. y , A Velvet hecfc'RiblKins arid Belts,- . i. "French worked Colors and Cuffs, '"J: ; . -Embroidered Cfbbon and velvet Trimminffs. ',.. Scalloped Iinen-caivbriri. Handkerchiefs and Gloves, Bonnqts, Ribbons, anu Artificials . . ' . ; , Ginghams and Prints-a ! ?rge lot,,; ' s V. . ' ,. ' French .Clotlis. Cassitneres! trd VesllpgW ; J. " Beaver-cIothTweedsi and Kentucky Jeans, -i-' J v Red. and white Flannel, and" Linsey .-d Plain Shawls. Kerseys, Negro arid bed Blankets, ' . '. ;. ' ; V".; Hrown and bleached Domestics, Bed-tickit.f, Table- . cloths-and Diaper, . ' ' - Ladle's cotton, merino and silk. Hose. . Also, Ladic'a fino Walking Shoes iand Gaiters,; : J 1 . , . - J." M ilea" and Son fine-Pegged Boots, ; - ? j'r - Calf, Kip, and coarse Brogans a food assortment, , " Hats and Caps of every description, ' -' - : . . Cutlery, Crockery, Spades,-Shovels, trace-Chains, t?. . Java, Laguira. and Rio Coflee, v r. '., u'-i , hon(, crushed, clarified .nd brown Sugar. -v, , : , Together, with a number of other articles not enumerated. The subscribers respectfully solicit a share of public pat? ronagc. They will sell good bargains for r cash, -or, on short time to punctual dealers.. .. . . - H. L. EVANS, v " ". : . . JOHN G. WILLIAMS.,;, .' Septemlier 18, 1850. . , , . . , . ; 833 , "" riAis!i a'wos :.; ; ; ... THE Undersigned respectfully informs the Ladies and the .Public in general, that he ' and his Agents are almost daily puting up' Pianos in some part of North Carolina, on trial ond for inspection ; and all Instruments that do not give satisfac tion, will be taken back and rio charges made for trans-. , portation or carriage. ;- Persons wanting good Pianos will ' please send their orders. Address . . ; ; ; - -; "'; a. kuhn, . No. 75, Greene St., Baltimore, Md. , "List of JPrlce. " ' With mctalic or iron plate.' .' Entire metalic frame. . - 6 octave -15180 to 250,- $250 to 30", " - 6 J ' 250 to 300, : ' "'' 275 to 350, 7 ' .' 300 to 350, ' - 350 to 500. ; Grand Pianos for 500 to 1000 dollars. '- The above named Instruments are elegantly Manufac tured in Beautiful Mahogany and Rosewood cases, of soft and sweet, or powerful and brilliant tone, as " the purchaser may wish, with all the latest improvements that constitute a good and serviceable Piano. No hem-' lock ni toywork. connected wiih them. I would particu larly recommend the metalic frame; the climate or change of weather has no effect on them, and are well adapted for the Southern climate; tnd can, with all safety, be carried by water or iand toeny part of the United States. ' The manufacturer is able to give any number of refer enccs for 15 years back, of the durability of the Instru ment, by Professors, Amateurs, and in Seminaries, where . they have been 10 to 13 hours daily in use for a number -of years.' ' ' April.1840. .'. '- - 806 cow ly pil.'' Jv ' SOAPS.SOAIS! ... T H AVE jinst received a splendid stock of A merican" X I' rem neb, and English Soaps, consisting in part as fol lows : . a" -.... : - ' ' . - . , ( doz. Low's old Brown. Windsor, . 6 6 1 21 " La rite Omnibus Brown, i. ' " ' Palniyrene, (a new variety.) box Barber's' Soap, . Hotel snap. 4 dor. Assoiled, Rose, Almond. Portrait, Imitation Finit, Poncine, Spring Flowers,-Honey, Jinuey Li'iid Wash Balls. Military, and Almond Snap. - 6 dz. Creams, and Olophane. assoried, -" ' - All of the best quality, and for sale low, hv - '- P: F. PESCIID. Raleigh, Oct. 2, 1850. ... . 835 ' Steam Saw Mill: tcave to call the attention of builders and iter- I BUG sons w ishing to purchase Lumber to jny " . .. Steam Suw itlill lo;tr Ruleisrh, ' where they can he supplied with any kind at the short est notice. Also sawed Laths of the best quality, at 91 00 per M. ; Raleigh July 13, 1850. H. SNOW. 821 ly. : ' Valuable l.uud fur Sale. 4 .f Valuable Tract of Land containing 208 acres, lying XX Iwlwccn four and five miles West of Raleigh, on both sides of Walnut Creek,' and adjoining ihe land of Rev. Thos. Meredith and others, will be sold on reason able terms. :v: . -'. For further information apply to v ' , ' ' . AL A. BLEDSOE., Raleigh,' August 21, ,1850. ' " . 829 ' More Laud for Sale. rifftfU Acres of Valuable Land, lying two miles PjrJ South of RaleiKh,on Ihe Fayettevilie road, will be sld on a long credit notes well secured being all thiit Udesirel ' Persons wishing ti examine Ihe land and ieinises can do so by calling on M. A. Bledsoe, who ' who is authorized to sell it. . .;-..' v . . ' ;.. S. J. BAKEnU . ' October 9, 1850. - ' 836 tf, 5 , - BJress and Frock Coaln. -VTE have on hand a beautiful assoifrnenl of Black' T v Dress and Frock Coats for twenty dollars, gotieiV up by ourselves and cannot be bought any where else in' Ihe United States for the money.' Recollect that. We have also fancy Frock and Dress Coats loi filte-n, six-tf-en, and eighteen dollars. ..the like of which never was known belbre.. v ; . OLIVER &. PROCTER. . , , ' , , AJerchanl,Tailors. Raleigh.' Nov 9. r . , 842 . , .-i" c-.t -f-' To ihe Ladle " ;';' " : "v" OU will End a most beautiful mpply of Children's' Clothing at our House, just to hand, consiNngof Jackets single and double breasted, to button up to ihe neck,4 Blue, Black, Green, lc., &c Pants, Black, Blue, Brown, and every variety of lancy color. Over- j ci-ats all kind' We have made such arrangements' 'as will enable us to. furnish any of . the above articlesat ' prices., less than they can .be obtained for in any ot the Northern cities. .Measuies taken and Childreu supplied,' if necessary. . , . , ,. OLIVER &. PKOOl 1SK. , November 9. j. , . .. ' ; 8-I& -. , ,. i-xL,i.-i.v jr. cL.JiuKti,. . . : 'I ATTOKSEY ASD COl'St-ELLOK AT LAW, ' ' ;.' ;.",'; ; Halelgh, X. C. , ;. .-'.'-..-r-.; SOLDIERS of the War of 1812, and those who have . served in Indian Vars since" T'790, their widows or children can have their claims for Land Bounty under ; the. act 'of Congress passed September 28th, . 1850,. aW.. tended U on moderate terms by appplying to. , - 4 v !i.,i-- ,''. '';!- i-c t WILLIAM J. CLARKE,, ."-' j '' -: v" . ' -"-v . '.: ' : ' Attorney'at Luw. -t-Raleigh. OcC 16,' 1850. ' . V'.. " '' . 837- 01 Saturday, the 28th of December, 1850.. will Ik? . rented io the highest bidder, for the next year ', f : THE STORE tJOUSE ; ; r , formerly occupioJ "by Spencer arid Timberlake. Term's made known on tho day of rent. , . . - ':.'. r-, : ZT "'" lt .f LUGENIA-. Ni- SPENCER ? Franklin Co., NovSOthV 1850Vi -.-' 9td. .- J vnxiish iriiistard , . ". ; FRESH supply of (Saddler and FirtWy Enffiiahv R;.'. 'Mustard just receiyed,r and for sale by , 3a VVr.UT-'Sk'' Pr' F. PESCUD. ;1 7 Raleigh, August 7. , . c ', - ,?.; 827--" ' '.' 'Tobiicco nud Scgai'sC.. '..'. '.. .-., x fWy M E! Members of Ihe' Lisla4ure aiid 'others who V ,.Jl wantiiiiptyrior Cigar. Smoking and Chwiinf 1WI bacco, are requested to iry the supprv just rei-eived by v"" ' ' '- r : pVf.pe:-ud.-'- 'Ralemh; NoVember 27, 1350,' -JJ Vv . RiC ," ' u-.'.;. ... '.,'; ' ' Xegro Sliocs.' ?. .IAYEa. larie lot of hfavy Neero. Btoeansi which i at wil selloii as nod terms as'-iny other person irr, tlTe j City- .'Call'and see before you buy elsewhere 1 ' . , rfaleigh, Ocn 2, i85: lit.- D U I1l.il.. vi.it ton XOKTII CAROHXA . , - i JutualXIfe Insurance (ompaiij Company in the State,ond worKing Urnler a cnarier suit dio tha-eonditfon and cireumstances of all thei Dil-ec-tors. feet aior saaTf6nh saying that iraffotds rreafer inducements for he insiirancc of uvea than Fan other Company in the couniryT W' The ftih SeeTof ihe Cbarter proyidcs'.Thatthe husband Jjnay insure his own tifes,.' far . the sole use -and benefit of This; wife ior childrei? frerf from the claims of the repre. sentatives of 'the husband or any of hia creditora. gy It is conducted on the mutual plan, each person in sured becoming, a,, member thereof, and not liable -beyond the amount.ol'shis. premiums Zr -i , '," Pntirira fnr 11111 in StZOOn Mill ,n issued 00 ,lh life , -T . w .. - . of a white . person ; . and on Slaves tor twothirds tber marker" velue, .-lor, at term of from one to- five, years, as the. ownepinay desire z,v.-rz '-f, t i ' -4,s.ll..losseRof the Company are paid within. 99 days at tor proof of joss is. furnished'. x No Qalifornia risks iaken jr.'J'he business of the; Company-is conducted under.lhc immediate supervision of . .-'''' . r4 Dr, iChas. 'iamniPibw';xs m J m- D. Hay wood, .ViceresiJeht," ;?i .-v ; ., . James t . Jordan, Secrctarj-, . 'l.'v.-rf'. : Wm. II. Jones, Trcnsuj-erv t.'V: VT Perrin Busbee, Attorney,,. ' ..- , ' , Dr. Wm.' H. McKee, Examining Physicianu a t ', ' J, Hersmani General JVgenU ' -tfVrv' 'All Communications on business should fe. addressed post paid, (o .".' " , a , .. j s ; ... 4.. .Nov. 'i;'i850w? jAMter- Jordan 4, Secretary. COTTO.TTAttli AND SUllJ.TAVI E ", V" ; ; . : IWADB BY, NEW MAt.'HlNrtl i; V"; t'T ii a T i'JL E A ,I) C O ti. JP.A N V-,; 4 i..t Rocky f.JIount, .VasA Cmtuffc-jii'tirthj (aroiii'a. A RE now manufacturing of excellent. quaIityrCofon : Yarn and Seine Tufinc; which. Ihejr wilfscll at the .. v . . , v i LQ W EST PR1 CES. .... Vp.K-V; : Their Machinery is New, and thef ,fcel no hesitation in -.WARRANTING. . V ; their manufactures to Rive satisAictloii . Merchants with in 50 miles of Rocky Mount, ordering hot less than 500 libs, shall have Yarns delivered to tiietn free of addition al expense Rocky iWou aunt, Nash Co. N.'6. Jr ' '-.. ot tw , 3d, 1850,: - ; '.. j,-;' :.,8rf' - March 3( FALL Til A PETBRSni:RO. is pthnber SO, 1850. S amue If H. lVt 4r ks , ; : f " : . Of'LD iespecllulli v inforftJ his numerous friends and customers that he Is lioiv receiving per sun dry SteamtM-s and Packets Irulti thS Northtrn Cities bis usual laitcrd varied assoilinenl ii'CONKECTlbN-' ARIKS.'PANCY AR'FlCLKSCirs, &c .which ad' ded fo his slock before on hanrl lri fjie regular weekly supple of fresh Koreisjn and dnhieiijc t'RUlTS. renders his assorrmeiit tuarlicularly wullhy the . attention ol connlry dealers..). ; . : . . 5 ; . r v ; .....In the line ofvlGARS h n.tMer himself that he can present a Isarsfei; stock ami finer 88stif(iiienl, anil al lowei rat es than any other house in Ihe bade. ... ' ,. - ,' Petershurg Sept. 25lh, 1850, fa i:l stock, i.g 50.: P F. PESCPD is now receiving' his F"all Stock of MED1CIJVES, PJtLT&. OILS.' PERFUME RY, D YE S TUFFS, tf fJLYCYjIR TWLE SS which he oflers to dealer at a stnali profit ' and assures them that the quality ot hisarliclea and prices will give satisfaction- Those who- have; been buying -in Ihe Northern and Eastern cities are particularly .invited lo exainine his slock and Prices before nhrchasine else where.' - , .: t i v.p F..PESCUD. Raleigh, Sepl.-llh, 1850. 834-tf. . - HEiVRY GERltARDT, - - SJtIITIMFZEi.lt, Jolinaton Co., JVi.rth Carolina. THE subscriber would respectfuHy inform bis friends and the public generally, that ho has Oh hand a larsc and rich supply of ',- , : . ; . v. Cloths. Cassimeres, Ves-tluss, aiid Trlncmlitg of all sorts ; and that he is prepared td execute Work in the host manner and at moderate' prices. 4. -," He also has on band a superior lot of -' ;-. ". Reiidy-jTIadc Clothtncf, consisting of Cloaks; Overcoats, Business Coals, Vests, Pantaloons, lamh's wool Sldrt. e.. h,',-h h will dt... of on the most accommodating terms. 1 He' solicits it call from those in want of Clothing, as he is determined to trive good bargains,' B5'd to do his work in the best and tnott approved sfvle. " ' . . . HENRY GERHARDT. Smithfield, Octolwr 14th, 1850. 7 . . 83t-3m. : : .-- - . '- -., , NEW "STOCK- OK . . 1 BG6TS, SJECG33S, 6: SI.XES.r?. THE subscriber has just returned from the Northern Markets, where he has laid in a large and beautiful stock of articles in his (iiic of business, embracing every de scription of fine andVoarse-wear. . ... I..-, . His stuck for Ladies and Misses, comprises every quality Of Slippers, 'Walking Shoes; whole and half Gai ters. &c. Sec, siid bis supply for Gentlemen and Boy's, such as will suit the taste of all. ;. . .. . . He has also laid in a large supply of materials in his line and brought on a lirstrate workman from the North; and is therefore prepared to manufacture BOOTS, SHOES, &c, in a style unsurpassed by any other estab lishment in the City. , " , ,',.- ". .. . ' All he asks is a trial, fi-ehg assured that he willlie able to give satisfaction both in quatitv and price. - , s -"" HENRY PORTEH. : ' . '..' 7 ' South" East Corner Capitol Squares'" uaicigu, wet. S3d, 185U. ' ...'. tV , " 838 tf.r': J MOUNTAIN HOTEL, ; V ?.''. MORGAStOS, Burke Co. W.C. THE Subsoi-iber. thankful for ihe Terr lilwrt mi: rniiun'O h.rjit.ifnPA An!..n.T . I I ... .v .vci,, u, wuuiu new iniorm me :, that his House is still open, and that his accommodations (heretofore limited) are now cnlargcd.He has elided a row of Offices for. Professional gentlemen,, together with a commodious Hotel, all of which is entirclii new The location of the MOUNTAIN HOTEL commands the finest view .of the mountain scenery in the place ; and is removed from the nOise and uproar of a Conrt-yard and the Public Square, arid yet strtficiently near for all the purposes of. business. 1 ' " ' - The subscriber promises to spare noiainV to provide the invalid a comfortable Summer Retreat, and to gen tlemen of pleasure and business a desirable Boarding House. , .; .- , . , . J. M.HAPPOLDT. ..morRanion, July. 2S, IH50. ", . i- '826 I v." Worth Carolina Musio Store. ;; ' ' 'illi E Subscriber' takes 1 his oppolWii 1 v of an novae X tngio the peopleofNorlhCaroIina, that helniend lo open 111 Jhis city,1 irr December uext.'a, MUSIC STORE. where will always 'be Ainnd a cOmBt.-re as sortment oiForeignand, American, .Moie ami Mosiral rnstiuments;all ol which will be selected bv hunsolf -: The Pianos wi he l'r,oni the", best. Manulartnries in the United ilaierf, and will oe sold at New York and Philadelphia prices. '. ,,v . ' , - -V PETE RSI UAl; RaleiKh. iVi.yetnber 2. 1850. . ' t. . .. 2 ,y - h . John M. Sheppard, ' 7 COM.VtISiON jmiKCIlAN i K JC HMOSD; Val ? it ITU-.' it. w. . . -j ' - " ttrrmauae. '-.-. OFFERS his servicestosell Tobacco," Wheal, Tlour and Corn rand respcetfnllyiwlicns consignments. ' RicuMO.vi., January 1st, 1850. : ? OHS C. PALNKRN i ?ichjirrea:ct gainer y N his finely, furnished Room warrants the Likenesses perfect, and to please. Hm rt-nn,.,; .-. .ai t in North Carolina, rt i useless to say inorei CaU aiPal met and Ramsay's Jnwrlrv. Store "' : RaleiijaJVov:, ' ;sft T i vi ids". r . ,.'.'.,";. -.' Z ; -, ;; .'. r. C8,''Bd't Dr2 Store yon- may find OM LoihIoh Dock Brand v. Porter - Ol.l Madi-irs. Khirrv Wines, selected -expressly for Medical puposes, ?r Also, Capsules of CoDaihw fln.l luholH.. Cu,n;rr...i.. Tarranta, Marsball'sand Carpenters Ei'ts. of Copaiba Culicbs&cHnd all the most popular Patent Medicines NORTH .CAROIIXA '.V'-iVT" CBV: IS WVER ONWARD ut ual Lite Insurance Company :'fH ?'-PYFERSz'cO, ! "af'4-fe-. "ALEigm, x. C.: .f".''' The . Old.' and JmperbrjrhmMed Prise Jwfo.. rnpHISCompony i' now taking insurance ri the lives '"-41,fiaCe 1 LiOHTi Stbebt, ' Baltimore Md i 1 of Ialthy, persons .SUves. at fio. pavefoVye.rsfeeh dispensing large and hanj rates, of premiuni,' . Thi Teing the only Life Insurance PrlW to their I Jnire.mon.ui7. i.:?- 7 ! CRV IS 'EVER ONWARD r V' ?fele ha. , ' f IwJtuk wax or seLLin raizE ! ' miu uiey reel asstireo tnsi inc monta- ot December n fkr wurpass any preceding one o the scheme, are t; Unixmially Rieh', Brilliaif and Dazzling, Now is the time for speculators to in rest with a fu i tainty' of unbounded success. ' ' ' ' " You that would , have y our pockets well line 1 on 4:,H-2 4- --'.CJHaiSTMAS KouLtaits Do not neglect to seize the present opportunity of ing to yonrselves that much coveted object Mnxir Vhkh Inay be obtained by 'the trifling outlay 0f a's, or jj10 bill in some of the following splendid sclipinf. Grand Lottf rie for December, Hsn tt'M Confidence Strictly' OUcrxed. " ; 2 15,000 75 Nos,,? II -drawn,;, $8 ?l 3u (in ,.,20,000 , 78 Nos .- .15 drawn . .5 10 5 3 , 5 10 5 4 -15 8 5 10 6 5 10 8 5 . 10 5 4 25 8 4t of 25,000 1 75 Ko.. 19 drawn , 5i 21.000. 7S Nos .13 drawn ' Ci, '. . 0,000 ." 7$ Nos 15 drawn V7 V,-40,000... 7 Nos. ,ia drawn 9 ; 25,000". 7o Nos . . 12 drawn' 16,0 Oto U H 15 o 8 oo 18 K) S7 lo 18 CO M 00 8 (io 32 ((, 18 Oo 3u (l 22 Co 18 Co 35 25 Oo 18 lo 30 tig 18 Oo 13 00 100 00 28 00 10 u , -,24,000 78 Nos . . 13 drawn . II: ii, IS, 14 16 I? is fa Q SI" ". 30,000 8 Nos . 13 drown . 25,000 . 75, Noa 12 drawa , 10,000 ,. fi Nos c13.drawri 52.500 i5 Nos 13 drawn' :2S,UUU . ,7 JMOS 11 drawn 12 drawn .16 drawn' 12 druWn ,13 drawn .13 dfawn .15 drawn 12 drawn 1 5 drawn 'l3 draw ti 14 drawn "12 drawn .12 drawn "13 drawn 20,000 75 Noa "35,000 '25,000 18.000 , 40,000 ' 26,000 20,000 30,000. 22,500 - ' 15,000 61,370 ' 25.000 , 25,000 7S Nos. 75 Nos 7S Nos 75 No's , 78 Nos 75 Nos ?5 Nos 7g Noa 75 No 78 Nos 75 Noa 78 Nos 24 27 28' 03 31. v 5 18 00 In addition. to the above 'Rrill5at- .t.n.. tickets in air I he Lotteries draWrt In the Slate Mart land, and advertised by other Agents, , ' r . 1, " : Please oBfefciiVE. . CoTrespondenti wiil please bear in mir.il that tl prices of Packages of Quarter Tickets only are pBK. lished in. this paper. ' ' . . .. ,f, 1 5, The Printed official drawing Which Corrrs).omrt,u can rely -upon as - beirig corteel, arc always forwardx! from Pyfer & CoV ; , . , - wfiarueu v Bank Drafts or Certificates of Deposit payable in GoM at sight, will be promptly; rtmiflrd to those forrespoo. dents who draw prizes at Pyler jfit Co's. v' Remember-A Package f tickets, can draw four f the most splendid prizes in fl scheme. In order to serure n Fortuhi nnd the cash immediate, ly after the result , is, known, the readers of thi pajwr haveonly to remit cash' Drails or ftrije tickets, to Hip nu j Established, far famed and truly fortunate Exchange and tiottcry urosers, . . .. v . r. 1 " PYFER & CO. -. 5 ;. - No 1, Lighi Street, Baltimore, Md. tt.-VvOr Box 524, Baltimore Post Officei , Oct, 22d, .1850. :, ; . 5 , . HARDKIGS! CL0JHIHG STORE! Nt). ly f ELEGK APtt BtTILDINCS, RALEIGH JT. C. . " -r- - - WITH the largest assortment of tienis' Ready urnl Clothing an1 Fa.hionable C'lods ever bvl'ore vtei- j ed.in Raleigh.' Being connected as most of our ciishu mer9 are awaie, vith Messrs. Sfiilf, Keen & Company, j Manofacturers atNe'wark,' New Jersey, one ol Die Largest and! laest Ilbitsvn In the U.S. affords o facilities' for conducting nut ' business whieh others U not possess. '"' , " Let tl be distinctly understoodlheremre. thai onr Gwva Jlre Superior to. &ny others offerer! tH this Market. Wo ate onr own Manufacturers. .' We Imnorl must of our Clmhs, Cassimeis and Veslines. arid' bay no second or third profit on lhee articles which enables us to of fer tht same quality. Of Goods, nine h less than those Establishments who I purchases are made from VVbule sale houses.' a .. - ,.. .. . ,. 'vveMlt n examinationot-onr lock fo convince who are judges of styles and fabrics. , M ', . ' E. L. HARDING &. Co. Raleigh, OcLJflh.tJSO... . - ?. 838 Hardware sand Cutlery, dec COLLINS &rCo's AxVs, Handsaws, Files. AUgen Chisels, : ; . ,. ,. , 6 Hammer, Corry Combs, Knives and Forks, Pocket anil Pen Knives. - .. .. One Set BaUnce Handled Khives and Forks, 51 piece Balance Handled Carvers and,. Forks, and Steels. Brass and Fancy Cast And-irotis. " . " Brass Headed jrori Shovels and Tongs. Spades and Shotel. Trace Chains. and Haller chain. Cotton and Wool Cards; No, . 8, 9 and 10. -Toilfi and Swine Look inu G fosse. - ' ' Superior English Mustaid, sup. caih soda, cloves, mace, NotllieifS. ' ,'v.'f. : -.. . ; -- Spanish Indigo, copjeW, Fresh and salt snuff, powder, shot, and lead- .. . ; ... , , , " Xurtventinav and toilet soap, starch, shoe 'thread tui Bed Cord. .- . :;i.nf-., , ., PriiM Ri ei, and' Mack "fea. i 'V ' Nails and brads, cast german and blisler sleel, '... ;.-.'. -.'... , J. bAown. ;;Wij'ihi. "X' ' " - Fayelteville S. Raleighcr.30ih,1850. v f , , ,' 839- '';?' For. ssie. ;'';..-, ; ' C trie -Gil'0,,ed Heartb IttlgsaiaJ Carpet Bii-d-i "N Kirsy.rlboio Stripe,; W ,Kbie',,, 1T6w-,ift Vitr, B.Vd'a eve Pia, ei. w ith general assortment 4 Croc kerv and Glass xvr amoiij! llielfev . . . While Granite binnwahd Tea ware, Ewewa. d Basis. While thina Tea Hfa,.d Cups and Anrevs, tut ana .Moulded GoMeis, Tumblers and Wine Glasses '. . ; ', ' - v ' iVo. FayetleviUe street. , Raleiijl? Oct 28i 1850. , . ., 83u Cloths Cussiiucriw, &; llt ' 5 ' T 9 KTTE vi ire St. TJ LACK French Cloih. . ':" I3 Ulark Doe Skin Cassimeres. Fancy Cassiinefe. general assortment Gotnf aiKf Common Vst'mjs. '- ' t ' -Black Sa;ii i,,'- i -(j t S.tk and Worsted SergK padding and Canvass. Bd. BI-4iikets,orarinu4 mrM's. - - vwnite and Hlack :th.n; Waddit,. , Geiifiemen ,Uii, StiM.i,d Half Hose '.''; ; - .-:'," For Sal low bv BROXYN- Ralefiib, 28!b Ocl.V.1850- , Itobiiison fc tJo'a Miocav JUST Recri'ved,; : :. '-. . .., ...... ( :.K'd .siulMwrncfv Walking Shoes.' ' x t and , ' do Lailies Stippprs. , - Misss and Childien's Booties, La.fies intrm . w k . ? tVhite Kid Slipers. ',..,,- '"" - '' " !; ' . ' ' . .. J- BROWN. ' - No 9. Fayeiuvill Si. ' V '---:-.' - 4(35- Raleiub, Oct. 2d, ; ' JTuat Ileeelvedi-f-"!;- -' 1K fV" Men and Boys Heavy BK.gans, ' JVfMeti and Boys-Kip Shoetees. t ' - Woman s Leather Shoes and Boutees, ' f"' : -"t v -i -i-i-i 'A LSO,'., i. ..(. i . :.' J Men and Boys Wool Hals., 5 . Dnnde'e and Hrnifr Bagging, . i ; t i Bale Rope and Twine. ni-. For Sale bv, , , J. BSOVTiV 'Hicryiher'S.'lSoO- : JJitr-.i Clack JUoletJtiu IJats' FCVA SHION for September. 1850,'. ":- ' JL tFurtllN. u r,nt-rl A.uirl(..ul,t ' - Meo nd B"" V IWK Caps-;- -v 1 '' ,v -' 'Just Received and lor Sale by : l. i'-; : . ., - - J. BROWN. ;K ,', - No. 9, FayvMeviii.- ' RaleiKh; Or?2. 1850.' .-;' . - - ' - . ti3. - Job Printinff " Neatly l-.xecuu-dat the Stanttard Fribt. OtTf 1 1.